problem. >> eric: this may sound callous, but i don't think there is a problem. the n.f.l. offers a service that has is fantastic. if anyone is drinking, intoxicated, whatever they're doing, if they feel impaired or don't feel good, pick up a phone and taxi will be there to drive them where they want to go. no questions asked. it won't get reported to the n.f.l. won't get reported to the team. this is personal responsibility. we need to point out that the dui rate among n.f.l. players is half that of the general population. >> bob: younger males. >> eric: right. i mean the age demographic, 2,000 n.f.l. players and they're stopped for dui or receive dui around 0.7% of the time. double that for the general population. they're doing a nice job with it. they are doing -- listen, they are held to a different standard. kids look up tple. they seem to be doing the right thing. but when something happens like this, it gets publicized. >> greg: what let me down is bob costas. where was he at halftime?